Three graduates from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, together with one student from the same university, have launched a learning mobile application called PASCO.
“After several weeks of coding I am very excited to announce on behalf of the entire Pasco App team that the beta version of Pasco app is piloting today in KNUST”, one of the team members, Isaac Sesi, announced on his Facebook timeline this morning. “We at Pasco believe that Pasco app is the beginning of a set of innovative solutions we plan to develop for the educational sector and we are really looking forward to seeing how Pasco turns out!”
Pasco aims to give students a new learning experience by providing a platform which lets students access past test questions, take tests wherever they are and collaborate with friends to discuss and solve questions together….all from their smartphones.
The pilot will run in KNUST from now until the end of the semester after which they will launch a full service. Every, week they will add a new batch of beta testers.
The Pasco Development team consists of 4 gentlemen; three recent graduates and one student. Isaac Sesi is a Front End developer, Abdul-Latif Amadu is a graphic designer and Full Stack Developer, Peter Adu and Kwaku Tabiri are mobile developers
The team is, therefore, inviting students in KNUST to try the beta version. If you are interested, sign up at http://bit.ly/pascobeta . You will receive a link to download the app when they are adding the next batch of beta testers.
Students in other tertiary institutions aside KNUST can also join the waiting list by visiting http://www.pascoapp.com/waitinglist. The response from a particular institution will determine how soon the team will develop the app for that school.
Pasco – A new learning experience!